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Oculus to host pre-E3 briefing today


Update: We are bumping this so that you can all watch it.

Original: Oculus is hosting its own, pre-E3 briefing today at 6pm UK time.

The briefing will be livestreamed on Oculus’ website and Twitch and therefore you can watch it live below.

We'll update this post once the event is live, just in case there are any major announcements which gamers should be aware of.

if there is any major news we will also let you know about it.


Edited On 11 Jun, 2015

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Turniplord 1 year ago
soooo, sony have Morpheus, PC have Oculus and it looks like MS may get Oculus too seeing as they are giving a Xbox 1 controller with every headset!
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Turniplord 1 year ago
I would have thought that he was going to say a glove or something, surely using a controller in virtual reality will ruin immersion? ive not seen people walking around controlling their movement with a controller
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Turniplord 1 year ago
and there is it - stream Xbox one games directly to the Oculus rift, so off screen play but in the headset. Video showing how it works is a bit crap though - as you move your head it moves the 'room' you see
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Turniplord 1 year ago
iguess if both MS and Sony have access to VR then cross platform games may be released by big devs as I don't see them doing it for one and not the other.
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Turniplord 1 year ago
Chronos looked good - but where was the VR? It's third person
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Turniplord 1 year ago
and edge of nowhere - a Oculus exclusive apparently. but another 3rd person - so basically just a 3D game, not VR - I don't think the devs understand what VR is (just like when the Nintendo Virtual Boy came out)
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Turniplord 1 year ago
Oculus home: you can buy your games directly there and it comes up when you put on the rift - so another store like steam, uplay, origin, etc... guessing this is a MS ran store and will be part of Windows 10 directly
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Turniplord 1 year ago
nice tech but apart form the odd few games that will use it in a good way; I really can't see a use for it. using it on anything other than 1st person is pointless and just a glorified 3dtv. I really don't lie the Xbox 1 viewing as well, having a 'virtual' living room would put me off playing the game

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